A federal appeals court in New Orleans heard arguments over a controversial set of abortion restrictions Monday, in the last round of questioning before the panel issues its final ruling on the law’s constitutionality.

Attorneys for both sides had 20 minutes each to present their cases to the three-judge panel. The state argued that the law simply regulates the practice of medicine in the state, and that it’s within constitutional boundaries. Attorneys for Planned Parenthood and the Center for Reproductive Rights argued against the law, saying it places a substantial burden on women seeking an abortion.

Abortion providers sued to block two parts of the law after it passed in the summer of 2013. One provision requires doctors to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals. Another part of the law requires doctors to follow 13-year-old federal standards when administering an abortion-inducing drug, as opposed to an off-label regimen used commonly today. A federal district judge ruled in favor of a temporary injunction for part of the law in October, but the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals has since overturned the ruling, allowing the law to go into effect.

The appeals court hasn’t indicated when it would issue its final ruling.